A link to the website of the real 151ème Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne!!! The 151ème was deactivated in 1997, but its former members keep it alive in their website.

And yes, of course, the website is in French

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GWA LogoGreat War Association--Based at the Caesar Krauss Great War Memorial Site in Newville, Pennsylvania, the GWA is the East Coast's umbrella organization for Great War reenacting. The GWA hosts two (possibly going to three) annual combat reenactment weekends each year. The GWA actually owns its own battle site. This site is designed complete with trenches, underground bunkers, shell holes and machine gun nests.
The GWA has many different units from all sides. There are numerous Allied units: American, British and French along with their allies such as the Russians and Commonwealth Troops. The Central Powers consist of a number of German units and one Austro-Hungarian unit.

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reenactor.Net, the online home of reenacting! Covers all periods from Ancient Times (Roman/Greek/Celt) to Vietnam and Korea, plus all the history in between! Not only a great resource for the new reenactor, but also a place for the "vetran" to find info.

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Great War Historical Society--The West Coast Great War organization --Sphere of operations: WW1 on the Western Front, 1914-1918. These guys hold events similar to the GWA's out of their very own Jack Rabbit Trails battleground in California. The GWHS holds two events a year also, set up so as NOT to conflict with the GWA's events. Dues are $20 a year.

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L'Association du Poilu de la Marne (France)--This group was born in 1991. Motivated by a interest in the history of the 20th century, it is based in Epernay, in the Marne. The goal of our association is to maintain the memory the men and women who fought in the great world wars, while taking part in reenactments, parades (in uniform), Living Histories and other demonstrations... Our principal common motivation, is the safeguard of the historical inheritance: uniforms, material, documents etc...

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8th Battalion Chasseurs a Pied (USA)--A new French light infantry unit in the GWA--a sister unit of ours--they're authentic and have a great impression.

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1st NM Volunteer Infantry (USA)--MY Civil War unit! The 1st New Mexico Volunteer Infantry, Company A, is a reenactment group organized to recreate the volunteer soldiers of New Mexico who filled the ranks as loyal Americans during the Civil War.

Our group specifically recreates the Regiment as it was first recruited in the Spring of 1861. The largely Hispanic Regiment served with (mostly unrecognized) honor under Colonel Kit Carson during Sibley's Confederate Invasion of 1862, in the Battle of Valverde.

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